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Classic Rock 102 9

Classic Rock 102 9

The Valleys only original Classic Rock Station, With new music from classic artists and a showcase for local rock bands.

Mark BoneYour 5 Random Facts for this Jagershot Friday!

1. The original "Jake from State Farm" who starred in the famous commercial in 2011 was an actual State Farm employee named Jake Stone. The new Jake from State Farm who took over the role last year is an actor named Kevin Mimms.


2. Miller Lite was originally called Gablinger's Diet Beer when it was developed in 1967.


3. The estimated real estate value of the land in Central Park in New York is over $500 billion.


4. The very last line of Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing" . . . which you can barely hear as the song fades out . . . is "Please don't procrastinate, it's not good to masturbate."


5. There's a pro wrestling move called the chokeslam where the wrestler lifts his opponent up by his throat and slams him to the ground. It was invented during an amateur wrestling match . . . by Abraham Lincoln.

2 weeks ago

    Mark BoneJagershot Friday RR

    The Elton John AIDS Foundation announced on Monday (March 22) that their annual Academy Awards viewing party will feature a special "stripped back" performance from Dua Lipa. The virtual pre-party, produced by Fulwell 73 at Rosewood London, and hosted by actor Neil Patrick Harris, Elton John and David Furnish, is scheduled to take place one hour before the Oscars begin on April 25 and will stream live on Cisco Webex. "This year, we are bringing our Oscar Party into people's homes for the first time virtually.

    Sting said that he would not have taken part in the global reunion tour in 2007 and 2008 if he had known how he was going to feel at the end. "At the time I labelled the tour an exercise in nostalgia," Sting told Reader's Digest. "That was simply how I felt and is still how I feel today. I think it's OK to be honest about your feelings and that was the way it went for me." He added, "That's not a slight on the people I was with or the way things panned out, it's just how I saw it by the end, and let's be honest, that's not how I wanted to remember it. If I thought that would be the emotion I'd be leaving with, I wouldn't have done it in the first place."

    Metallica guitarists James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett performed the U.S. national anthem on Monday, March 15, before the Golden State Warriors' game against the Los Angeles Lakers at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. Hetfield and Hammett previously performed "The Star-Spangled Banner" for the Warriors before game 3 of the NBA finals against the Toronto Raptors in June 2019. Metallica recently appeared on the "Late Show With Stephen Colbert" twice, once after the Super Bowl where they performed "Enter Sandman" .

    2 weeks ago

      Mark BoneToday’s Rock Report!


      Late Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister's ashes were put in bullet casings and given to his close friends.
      Riki Rachtman, a TV and radio personality popular for hosting MTV's "Headbanger's Ball," confirmed the news.
      "Before his death Lemmy asked for his ashes to be put in some bullets and handed out to his closest friends," Rachtman tweeted. "Today I received a bullet and was literally brought to tears." Lemmy, the legendary frontman and bassist of Motorhead, died in December 2015 at 70 years old from prostate cancer and heart failure.

      Lenny Kravitz has put up for auction an autographed guitar that the winners of his "The Giving Guitar" initiative played his 1991 hit, "It Ain't Over Till It's Over." Kravitz came up with "The Giving Guitar" initiative with Stella Artois in February, offering artists a chance to be featured in the beer brand's music video. The initiative was part of Stella Artois' and Kravitz's Invest Your Heartbeats in the Life Artois campaign, which encourages everyone to devote "time, passion, and love into the things and people" they love the most.

      Ian Anderson has announced a new Jethro Tull album, The Zealot Gene, the first record under the band's name since the release of the Christmas LP in 2003. Anderson revealed the news to Rolling Stone while discussing "Silent Singing," a book he is currently working on. The book compiles all his lyrics to date, starting from Jethro Tull's 1968 debut, This Was. The book is due out in June.

      2 weeks ago

        Mark BoneDennis DeYoung has announced that the second volume of his farewell album, 26 East: Volume 2, Isle Of Misanthrope, will be released on April 7. The former Styx frontman also shared the track listing and artwork for the upcoming album. Speaking about the opening song titled "Hello Goodbye" on Facebook, DeYoung said, "I read an article about Pink Floyd recording at Abbey Road the same time as the Beatles. They met the lads and told them that there would be no Floyd without them. Yet Floyd's music is nothing like the Beatles and neither was Styx's." "'Hello Goodbye' as I have previously mentioned is not a remake it's all brand new...sorta. It's a tribute to the lads who sent me down this long and winding road that led me to you guys," he added.
        All the songs on the album were written by DeYoung. Four of them were co-written with Jim Peterik

        2 weeks ago

          Mark BoneAmerican Idol" judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie teamed up to cover The Beatles classic, "All You Need Is Love," to celebrate the start of the show's Hollywood rounds. The trio, who performed together for the first time in their four years on the show, released their cover on Friday (March 19). Bryan begins the cover, singing the familiar first line, "There's nothing you can do that can't be done." Perry, clad in an outfit festooned with hearts, and Richie join Bryan for the subsequent lines, with the rest of the contestants who made it to Hollywood Week joining the trio for the rest of the song. "American Idol" is now in its 19th season. Hollywood Week kicked off on Sunday (March 21).

          Footwear brand Sanuk recently announced its latest collaboration with iconic rock band Grateful Dead, powered by Warner Music Artist Services. The Grateful Dead collection utilizes the power of natural resources like algae and pays homage to the band's legacy with groovy custom tie-dye patterns and the iconic Grateful Dead lightning bolt logo in Sanuk's most popular styles. The fourth iteration of the Sanuk-Grateful Dead collaboration features new pastel and muted custom tie-dye colorways decked out with the band's iconic 13-point lightning bolt logo across the popular Sling, Sandbar flip flop, Donna and Vagabond Sidewalk Surfer styles.
          Special guest details in the collaboration include embroidered patches, embossed emblems, band tags, jute outsoles, premium footbeds and step-down heel counters. Added to the set list, Sanuk's new BLOOM x Soft Top Foam technology delivers the utmost in cushion, high rebound bounce and support across the collection's kicks for the comfiest trip to your happy place. The fourth instalment of the Sanuk & Grateful Dead collection launched exclusively on Sanuk.com. Retail prices range between $50 and $65.

          2 weeks ago

            Mark BoneHere are your 5 Random Facts for today...
            1. Shaquille O'Neal hit one three-pointer in his 21-year NBA career. It came in his fourth season. He ended his career 1-for-22 on three pointers . . . 4.5%.


            2. Kelsey Grammer has been nominated for an Emmy for playing Frasier Crane in THREE different TV shows: "Cheers", where the character started . . . "Frasier", which was a spin-off . . . and "Wings", when he made a one-episode cameo.


            3. The main character from "Pollyanna" has a last name. It's Whittier.


            4. Big Ben isn't the name of the clock or the clock tower in England . . . it's just the name of one of the bells hanging in the tower. The tower's name is Elizabeth Tower.


            5. The Mona Lisa is only 30 inches high and 21 inches across . . . smaller than the average poster you'd have on your wall.

            2 weeks ago

              Mark BoneIt’s Yet another Fantastic Hump day here on the Bone Radio Network! I gotta get the countdown to summer started! And remember it’s The Best Day of the Week, when Abby visits us with a special guest! Pet of the week is brought to you by Rogers Subaru! Visit Rogers Subaru.com
              "At Rogers Subaru, they care about what you’re driving"

              Thanks to the very nice people at Canna 4 Life for being our sponsor here at the Bone Radio Network! Looking for the best in the Valley? Canna4Life carries the widest selection of products and always has amazing deals! Come in and see for yourself!! The budtenders at Canna4Life love to help you save money so you're sure to get the most bang for your hard earned buck. Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston.

              Now...let’s rock this Day like it never expected!

              2 weeks ago

                Mark BoneYour 5 Random Facts for today!
                1. After Julia Roberts broke off her engagement with Kiefer Sutherland in 1990, he took up steer roping and became a rodeo tournament winner.

                2. Tennessee has the highest tax on beer of any state, at $1.29 per gallon. Wyoming has the lowest at two cents per gallon.

                3. Greenland doesn't have any vegetation . . . it got its name from Nordic settlers who wanted to trick people into moving there.

                4. The Isley Brothers are the only group or artist who've had a top 50 Billboard hit in the '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, and 2000s.

                5. There's only one real person mentioned in the "Harry Potter" books . . . a nine-year-old girl in Toronto named Natalie McDonald who was dying of leukemia.
                She was a huge fan, so a family friend emailed J.K. Rowling, who included her as a student at Hogwarts in the fourth book

                3 weeks ago

                  Mark BoneToday on this date in rock and roll history..



                  March 23rd
                  1956 - Elvis Presley
                  Elvis Presley released his self titled studio album in mono on RCA Victor.

                  1964 - John Lennon
                  John Lennon's book of verse and rhyme 'In His Own Write' was published in the UK.

                  1967 - The Beatles
                  At a ceremony held at the Playhouse Theatre in London, The Beatles were awarded three Ivor Novello awards for 1966: Best-selling British single ‘Yellow Submarine’,

                  1972 - George Harrison
                  The film of The Concert For Bangladesh featuring George Harrison, Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton premiered in New York. The event was the first benefit concert of this magnitude in world history. The concert raised $243,418.51 for Bangladesh relief, which was administered by UNICEF. Sales of the album and DVD continue to benefit the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF.

                  3 weeks ago

                    Mark BoneDuring an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Cobert" on March 15, Ringo Starr shared his thoughts on Peter Jackson's Beatles documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, which is set to release on August 27.
                    Starr spoke about how the never-released footage from the filming of Michael Lindsay-Hogg's Let It Be, shown by Jackson touched his feelings on the original documentary, which he criticized for being "too miserable."
                    Let It Be documented the band during recording sessions for their 12th studio album and drew particular attention to heated exchanges between Paul McCartney and George Harrison. "I didn't feel any joy in the original documentary, it was all focused on one moment which went down between two of the lads [McCartney and Harrison]," Starr said at a Zoom Q&A session on March 18 for his new EP Zoom In. "The rooftop concert [unannounced Beatles gig from the Apple Corps rooftop in 1969] was also only about seven to eight minutes long. With Peter's [documentary] it's 43 minutes long [laughs]. It's about the music and a lot of joy." "Peter kept coming into LA with his iPad and he'd show me sections. He said, 'Look what I've found here' and he showed us laughing and having fun as a band. There was a lot of joy in making those records, those tracks so I'm certainly looking forward to seeing the whole thing. Even if you saw that little trailer that came out late last year, it's full of fun," he added.

                    3 weeks ago

                      Mark BoneForeigner bassist Jeff Pilson has revealed that the band is working on new music but made it clear that it will not be a full-length studio album. "I don't really see a whole album of new material coming out anytime soon, but we are working on some music," Pilson told Kylie Olsson's YouTube show "Life In Six Strings." "So I think that what's gonna happen is whatever other things we release in the next couple of years, there will be some new songs added to it. So that's what I see kind of happening," he added. "'Cause we're working on a few that are not that far away. So I would say expect a package deal to have a couple of new songs on it." Pilson said that a couple of the new tracks were written by the rock band's founding guitarist Mick Jones around two decades back.

                      John Oates, in collaboration with a saxophone-playing sasquatch, has released a new version of the Hall & Oates classic "Maneater." Speaking about the revamped version, Oates said, "I've had a lot of otherworldly experiences in my career, but none as mystical and magical as this collab with the amazing, soulful Saxsquatch." "He brings the funk out of the forest and puts a smile on the face of the world. Meeting him in the woods to shoot the video was a life-changing moment," Oates said in a statement. "As soon as we began recording, I knew we had something special. The mark of a good song is that it can be reimagined in lots of ways, and this is, without a doubt, the coolest version I've ever heard." "I like music that gets people's big feet tapping along. It's been a tough year for everyone. We could all use music and stories that help us dance and feel less alone.

                      3 weeks ago

                        Mark BoneWell it’s Groundhogs day, so Bill Murray might come to mind...
                        "Groundhog Day" is the most POPULAR movie where a day repeats itself over and over again. But it's not the only one. One website found 14 more. Here are some of them:
                        1. "12:01" (1993). A guy gets caught in a time loop in which a woman is murdered, which gives him a chance to save her. It came out the same year as "Groundhog Day", but it's based on a short story from 1973.
                        2. "Run Lola Run" (1998). A woman goes on a crazy adventure to save her boyfriend, who's in mortal danger after losing a bag of his boss' money. The scenario repeats itself several times, but with certain details changing each time.
                        3. "Source Code" (2011). JAKE GYLLENHAAL is stuck in an eight-minute loop where he has to keep a terrorist from blowing up a train.
                        4. "Edge of Tomorrow" (2014). During a war against an alien race, TOM CRUISE keeps dying and waking up at the same point, where he has to try to win the war over and over again.
                        5. "Before I Fall" (2017). ZOEY DEUTCH plays a "mean girl" type who keeps reliving the day she dies in a car accident . . . and starts to reassess her relationships and solve the mystery of the accident.

                        2 months ago

                          Mark BoneAnother day of the classics of rock here on the Bone Radio Network! Let’s get this day, started off right! Groundhog Day, today, and if that damned groundhog has bad news, SOMEONE will be getting a VERY sternly worded fax message from me, and I am not joking around...

                          Thanks to the very nice people at Canna 4 Life for being our sponsor here at the Bone Radio Network! Looking for the best in the Valley? Canna4Life carries the widest selection of products and always has amazing deals! Come in and see for yourself!! The budtenders at Canna4Life love to help you save money so you're sure to get the most bang for your hard earned buck. Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston.

                          Grab a cuppa yer fave and let’s do this thing!

                          2 months ago

                            Mark BoneIt's February 1st. Here are four things to look forward to this month . . .


                            1. In sports: Super Bowl 55 between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers is this Sunday. And the Daytona 500 is February 14th.


                            2. On TV: The new "Silence of the Lambs" spinoff "Clarice" hits CBS next Thursday. "The Simpsons", "Bob's Burgers", and "Family Guy" all return next Sunday after their midseason break. "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" returns the same day. And Peacock's "Punky Brewster" reboot lands on February 25th.


                            3. Awards season gets going this month with the Golden Globe nominees coming on Wednesday. Then the ceremony is set for February 28th.


                            4. And finally, the holidays: The big one is Valentine's Day on the 14th. But we've also got Groundhog Day tomorrow . . . Chinese New Year on the 12th . . . Presidents' Day on the 15th . . . Mardi Gras on the 16th . . . Ash Wednesday on the 17th . . . the Jewish holiday Purim on the 25th . . . and the entire month of February is Black History Month.


                            And a few fun but lesser-known holidays include: Ice Cream for Breakfast Day this Saturday . . . National Pizza Day on the 9th . . . National Guitar Day on the 11th . . . National Drink Wine Day on the 18th . . . and National Margarita Day on the 22nd.

                            2 months ago

                              Mark BoneAnother day of the classics of rock here on the Bone Radio Network! Let’s get this week, and the entire month, started off right!

                              Thanks to the very nice people at Canna 4 Life for being our sponsor here at the Bone Radio Network! Looking for the best in the Valley? Canna4Life carries the widest selection of products and always has amazing deals! Come in and see for yourself!! The budtenders at Canna4Life love to help you save money so you're sure to get the most bang for your hard earned buck. Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston.

                              Let’s kick this past miserable year to the dumpster fire it still is and bring in the new year, which, make no mistake, will have a hangover of this last one!

                              Grab a cuppa joe and let’s do this thing!

                              2 months ago

                                Mark BoneYour 5 Random Facts for today...

                                1. There's a word in Japanese for a person who buys more books than they could ever possibly read. It's "tsundoku."

                                2. Tom Hanks' brother Jim does the voice of Woody in everything except the "Toy Story" movies. He handles video games, dolls, TV specials, and everything else.

                                3. Franklin Pierce is the only person who was elected president and then wasn't nominated by his party for a second term. They went with James Buchanan instead in 1856, and he won the election.

                                4. Mr. T's original set of gold chains came from people who lost them or left them after fights when he worked as a nightclub bouncer.

                                5. Until 2001, the employees at Disney World who dressed up as the characters couldn't wear their own underwear underneath the costumes . . . they had to wear shared underwear. After enough pubic lice cases, Disney changed the policy.

                                10/15/2020

                                  Mark BoneThursday! Let’s crank up the radio!. If you need a reason to celebrate, here’s a couple for ya...

                                  October 15, 2020 – NATIONAL SHAWARMA DAY –
                                  NATIONAL GROUCH DAY –
                                  NATIONAL I LOVE LUCY DAY –
                                  GET TO KNOW YOUR CUSTOMERS DAY –
                                  WHITE CANE SAFETY DAY –
                                  NATIONAL PREGNANCY AND INFANT LOSS REMEMBRANCE DAY –
                                  NATIONAL AESTHETICIAN DAY –
                                  NATIONAL CHEESE CURD DAY –
                                  NATIONAL LATINO AIDS AWARENESS DAY –
                                  NATIONAL GET SMART ABOUT CREDIT DAY

                                  Let’s rock this place!

                                  10/15/2020

                                    Mark BoneHappy first day of October! Yeeesshhh.... Here are a few things to look forward to in October . . .

                                    1. Halloween candy. A new report found spending is way up compared to last year. And you won't have as many trick-or-treaters. So a lot of that candy is up for grabs.

                                    2. Lots of sports: The NFL season continues. The NBA Finals got started last night. And the baseball playoffs are on, with Game One of the World Series October 20th.

                                    3. There haven't been a ton of new movies this year, but a big one just got announced. The new "Borat" sequel hits Amazon Prime on October 23rd.

                                    4. A bunch of big TV shows are coming back: "SNL" this weekend . . . "The Bachelorette" on the October 13th . . . "The Amazing Race" on the 14th . . . "Shark Tank" on the 16th . . . "The Voice" on the 19th . . . "Big Brother" on the 28th . . . and season two of "The Mandalorian" hits Disney-Plus October 30th.

                                    5. If you somehow ENJOYED that debate Tuesday night, you've got three more this month: The Vice-Presidential debate next Wednesday, and two more with Trump and Biden on the 15th and 22nd.

                                    6. Halloween is the big holiday this month. But here are few more to mark on your calendar: National Taco Day and National Vodka Day are this Sunday . . . Columbus Day is October 12th . . . Sweetest Day is October 17th . . . and yes, this is real: Friday, October 23rd is "Slap Your Annoying Coworker Day." (I may just stay home...)

                                    10/1/2020

                                      Mark BoneFleetwood Mac has given a big shout out to the viral TikTok video showing a person merrily skateboarding with the band's hit, "Dreams," playing in the background. "We love this!" wrote the band, sharing the video on their feed on Saturday (September 26). The clip, captioned "Morning vibe," by the TikTok user @doggface208 - who calls himself Dogg Face, shows him skating down a road and sipping cranberry juice as the song plays in the background.

                                      Iconic rock band Metallica have donated $250,000 to West Coast wildfire relief efforts.
                                      Metallica have donated $250,000 to five organizations through their All Within My Hands charity. "This is the fourth consecutive year, dating back to the [2017] formation of the Foundation, that All Within My Hands has activated to support fire relief: the critical local services component of our mission."
                                      The band previously made donations of $100,000 to help wildfire relief efforts in California in 2018 and 2019.

                                      Bill Murray's golf company William Murray Golf sent a humorous response to The Doobie Brothers' legal threat.
                                      The Doobie Brothers' lawyers sent a legal warning against Murray's company for using the band's classic song "Listen to the Music" in advertisements without compensation and without permission.Provoked by this, Murray's legal team sent a reply on Twitter,
                                      Paterno and the Doobie Brothers could pick the "least offensive" shirts in the William Murray collection, their lawyer Alexander Yoffe wrote on the company's official Twitter page on Friday.
                                      "We will happily upgrade your wardrobes and hopefully win each of you over as new fans of the brand. At least that's 'what this fool believes,'" he added.

                                      10/1/2020